The Core Curriculum on Childhood Trauma (CCCT) is an innovative approach to providing mental health clinicians with foundational knowledge and case conceptualization skills.
The following resources on Refugee Trauma were developed by external partners and organizations.
Children who suffer from child traumatic stress are those who have been exposed to one or more traumas over the course of their lives and develop reactions that persist and affect their daily lives after the events have ended.
The Child Stress Disorders Checklist (CSDC) is an observer report measure designed for use as a screening instrument for traumatic stress symptoms in children.
The MDE (Major Depression Episode) Screener was adapted from the major depression items in the Diagnostic Interview Schedule (DIS).
The CTSQ is a 10-item self-report screen which can be used to assist in the identification of children at risk of developing PTSD.
The TESI assesses exposure to potentially traumatic events including non-interpersonal (accident, illness, disaster), interpersonal (abuse; neglect, witnessing family or community violence, peer/sibling victimization, kidnapping, war, parental impairment) and loss (primary caregiver, family members).
Based on the McMaster Model of Family Functioning (MMFF), the FAD measures structural, organizational, and transactional characteristics of families.